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The president's nominee to be the Defense Department's policy chief says no.
Two Republican senators charge they were misled by a senior Pentagon nominee over the handling of a reported arms-treaty breach by Russia.
Destroying Syria's chemical weapons by a June deadline was the focus of a White House meeting with the disarmament effort's international overseer.
The fugitive leaker, appearing by video conference, attacked virtually every corner of the national security apparatus during a Q&A session at the festival.
The early 2016 Republican frontrunner thinks he can win over young voters worried about their privacy.
The former Defense secretary warns that the Russian forces likely aren't going anywhere anytime soon.
The Ukraine crisis illustrates why being "right" isn't always enough.
President's budget, Ukraine aid, Fed policies, and more make for a busy week ahead in Congress.
The program has never informed a DOD policy decision, a spokesman said.
The ruling is a rare defeat for the spy agency.